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21 Club Street
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Telephone: (65) 6224-3534
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Established in 2000 on 21 Club Street , Senso Ristorante & Bar is well-known for its authentic Italian fine-dining cuisine and its impeccable service. Senso Ristorante & Bar firmly believes in maintaining its high standards of excellent food, warm and sophisticated atmosphere.

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  1. milellehcim
     10 Jun 2008 at 4:30 am
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    Visited Senso for dinner. It's my first dining experience there. There is a cosy bar area and a restuarant area. The dining area is divided into alfresco dining (in the court yard, along with lots of vegetation fountains etc) and a large airconditioned area further inside.

    Our dining experience started with a complimentary starter - a small piece of smoked salmon and crisped onions sprinkled with black pepper.

    For starters, we had the Asparagi e scampi ($26) - Steamed white asparagus and baked langoustines (fancy name for Norway Lobster) served with morel mushrooms and butter emulsion. I thought that the scampi was too soggy and aneroxic.

    The Minestrone Soup ($16) was a generous portion ( I think it made all of us very full) which I would recommend you to share. Chunky vegetables in a clear broth - not too salty but very tasty and homely.

    I tried the Senso Mozzarella ($24), which was parma ham wrapped around 2 lumps of mozzarella. I don't think it's very fantastic - perhaps because I had expected more after reading a few good reviews...

    My favourite dish for the night was the Angel Hair Pasta with Saffron Cream, Sea Urchin and Caviar ($28). If you could only try one pasta dish at Senso, this will be what I recommend. The pasta is infused in the saffron cream sauce, with little sweet morsels of sea urchin and salty beads of caviar. I would definitely eat this when I visit Senso again.

    We also had the Rigatoni with Rabbit sauce ($32), which I didn't quite like because the sauce had this strong stew-like smell (the kind where after you cook your meat sauce you put it into the fridge uncovered and smell it the next day) which I don't like (But rest assured I'm quite sure the sauce is fresh).

    The Sardinian Mussles Spaghetti ($28) was quite dissappointing. Apart from the tender mussels and shellfish, the spaghetti was overdone and and the noodles were very bland - There was none of the sweetness I expected from the shellfish.

    The Cioccolata dessert ($16) was delightful - crispy outer chocolate layer with a molten lava chocolate centre, which went well with the clean tasting pistachio ice cream.

    Overall, the dining experience came with equal hits and misses. Perhaps I will try the restaurant again in the future?

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